Tei, A Memoir of the End of War and Beginning of Peace Tei Fujiwara

ISBN: 9780975484852

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Tei, A Memoir of the End of War and Beginning of Peace  by  Tei Fujiwara

Tei, A Memoir of the End of War and Beginning of Peace by Tei Fujiwara
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More than sixty years ago, Tei Fujiwara wrote a memoir 流れる星は生きている (Nagareru Hoshiwa Ikiteiru) about her harrowing journey home with her three young children. But the story of her story is what every reader needs to know.Tei’s memoir begins in AugustMoreMore than sixty years ago, Tei Fujiwara wrote a memoir 流れる星は生きている (Nagareru Hoshiwa Ikiteiru) about her harrowing journey home with her three young children. But the story of her story is what every reader needs to know.Tei’s memoir begins in August 1945 in Manchuria. At that time, Tei and her family fled from the invading Soviets who declared war on Japan a few days after the United States dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

After reaching her home in Japan, Tei wrote what she thought would be a last testament to her young children, who wouldn’t remember their journey and who might be comforted by their mother’s words as they faced an unknown future in post-war Japan.But several miracles took place after she wrote the memoir. Tei survived and her memoir, originally published in Showa Era 24 [1949] became a best seller in a country still in ruins.

Over the following decades, millions of Japanese became familiar with her story through forty-six print runs, the movie version, and a television drama. Empress Michiko urged her people to read Tei’s story.Now English readers will have the chance to read her amazing story of survival and hope, and understand how she influenced an entire generation and a nation.



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